Ecumenical Hunger Program

    2411 Pulgas Ave.
    E. Palo Alto, CA 94303
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    (650) 323-7781

    Drop-off: During business hours only.

    General Info: Everything must be in clean, reusable condition. Ecumenical Hunger Program (EHP) works with families to eliminate their hunger and to break the cycle of poverty. EHP provides food, clothing, household essentials, social advocacy, case management, referral services and special children's programs.

    Hours: M-F 9am-5pm



    Materials Recycled and/or Reused:
    This vendor handles:

  • Appliances - Small: Working (No more than 10 years old (working).)
  • Appliances: Working (No more than 10 years old.)
  • Carpet - Reuse (Will accept carpet & padding in very good reusable condition)
  • Clothing - Reuse
  • Computers - Reuse (Pentium II or newer/better.)
  • Food Donations (Call for limitations and/or restrictions.)
  • Furniture - Reuse
  • Garden Tools - Reuse
  • Housewares - Reuse
  • Mattresses & Box Springs - Reuse
  • Special Materials
    This vendor handles:

  • Car / Vehicle Donations
  • Carpet Padding - Reuse (Will accept carpet & padding in very good reusable condition)

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If it is not recyclable, please assure that you dispose of material properly through your garbage collection company or a permitted Transfer Station or Landfill.  To report illegal dumping, call 1-800-NO-DUMPING.

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